Checking in at Boston-Logan (BOS)
A rainy day in Boston. Just another American Airlines Boeing 757 landing at Boston-Logan (BOS) on runway 15R. Delta A330 taxi for takeoff.
Delta A330 getting towed to Terminal E, an international terminal, while Air France Boeing 747-400 is taxiing to the active runway.
Delta A330 at the gate. Right next to it is SATA A310, an Azorean airline which connects archipelago with Europe and North America. And in the background Southwest Airlines Boeing 737-700 is taxiing.
A glimpse of Terminal C which serves among other airlines United and Alaska Airlines.
British Airways Boeing 747-400 getting ready for our flight. Lucky to fly on this jumbo (G-CIVI) wearing a special Oneworld livery.
Boarding the plane. An overview of the north cargo area.
Takeoff from Boston-Logan (BOS)
Economy seats in British Airlines’ jumbo. Pushing back.
Taxiing on taxiway Bravo, with the view of the control tower. Right next to us jetBlue E190 taxi to the runway. Approaching the runway.
Crossing taxiway E and approaching the runway entry point.
We took off from runway 9 and continued to climb towards Canadian airspace, over Atlantic.
Our initial flight path. LBSTA3 departure.
North Atlantic cruise
Our planned North Atlantic route.
Actual oceanic crossing.
Leaving The States and cruising into sunset.
Approaching the Irish coast and preparing for descent.
Landing at London-Heathrow (LHR)
One of those rare occasions when you don’t have to enter holding while approaching London-Heathrow (LHR). Straight in vectoring and approach to runway 27R.
Landing at London-Heathrow (LHR) on runway 27R.
Vacating the runway. A British Airways Boeing 767 at the gate.
Plenty of Speedbirds in front of Terminal 5. Disembarking our British Airways Boeing 747-400.
Our aircraft in its full glory after an oceanic flight.